Spring Practice Primer: Boston College (CBSSports.com)
Can Spaziani get back on track? Boston College may not leap off the page as an ACC power house to many, but until 2011 the Eagles had shown a constancy that that only a few of their fellow league members have displayed. The Eagles went to 12 straight bowl games from 1999-2010 before going 4-8 and missing the postseason. In recent years, bowl trips have helped cool "Frank Spaziani hot seat" talk, but now he needs results.
ACC Freshman Watch, Feb. 14 (ACC Sports Journal)
2. Ryan Anderson, Boston College (9.92 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 0.6 bpg). Ryan Anderson continues to grow on a BC team that continues to play better. He passed Dennis Clifford as the highest scoring freshman on the team this week and he continues to play strong in the post. Anderson may be averaging 9.9 points per game this season, but he’s averaged 15.5 points in his last two contests.
Kevin Hayes embracing larger role with Boston College (Hockey's Future)
We lost a lot of guys from last year, so I don't know if people thought that we would be able to win it again. This one was great, but winning the Beanpot is always great. I think this one was special because we have all these determined guys in our locker room that are a very close-knit group. And we just played for each other.
Patrick Wey learns to take adversity in stride (Hockey's Future)
My (offensive) game was definitely there in juniors because I had such an offensive role. But being here at Boston College, I just accept whatever role the coaches want me to play in. If they're giving me opportunities to play on the power play, I just try and step out there to get some goals. But it's not something that I've forgotten about. I still work on my shot too. But my offensive side is definitely something that I want to improve on, since I only have one point this year. But if the (offensive) opportunities present themselves, then I try and take advantage of them. But I'm definitely defense-first.
College Baseball 360 Primetime Performers #1 (College Baseball 360)
MELCHONDA hit .429 (6-for-14) with six RBI during opening week and played error-free at shortstop on 21 chances, helping turn four of BC’s six double plays spanning the impressive string of wins at the Coastal Carolina tournament (5-3 vs. CB360 #24 Virginia; 8-5 vs. CAA favorite James Madison; 8-3 at #41 CC). The team captain slugged .857 (HR, 3 2B; BB-3R) and did not strike out all weekend, despite facing several top pitchers over the challenging weekend.
Baseball Ranked 17th on ESPN Baseball Power Rankings (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College baseball team was ranked 17th by ESPN in their Power Rankings, released on Tuesday. The Eagles were also named the "Off-Radar Team of the Weekend" for their sweep in the Caravelle Resort Tournament, beating No. 17 Virginia, James Madison and No. 35 Coastal Carolina.
No. 13 Lacrosse Falls to No. 12 Syracuse (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College lacrosse team, ranked 13th in that nation, lost to the 12th-ranked Syracuse, 23-12, in the Carrier Dome on Tuesday afternoon. The Eagles' (1-1) top scorers were freshmen Covie Stanwick and Mikaela Rix with three each, while the Orange (1-0) was led by Alyssa Murray, who set a single-game school record with eight goals.